1300 855 958
sales@vgcomputing.com.au

Celebrating 15 years of service.

About Us

Computer systems in today’s modern society are a must have for any successful company. Therefore, VG Computing meets the needs of clients requiring a simplified computing environment whether in the workplace or at home.

Established in October 2002, Our goal is to provide excellent quality and reliable systems custom built to meet each client’s requirements. Customer support for IT products is a field that is lacking in Australia and without the proper IT support and maintenance for computer systems they will not provide optimal performance as needed. Thus, we aim to fill this gap by going the extra mile to provide first class customer IT support in Australia, as well as provide our clients with the best possible IT solutions.

VG Computing was the first Australian business to provide systems with a range of various Linux distributions pre-installed. Currently, we offer versions of Linux from Red Hat, SuSE, Ubuntu, plus many others. For clients who are seeking a positive change from their current operating system, we are proud to offer alternative operating systems that will satisfy your needs.

Small to medium-sized companies and individuals rely on and continue to trust our expert services.  If you have any queries or if you are interested in one of our systems/services please contact us and we will help find a solution which is best for you.

Testimonials

"The whole office recognises how much of a difference you have made to our business over the years."

Royce
Director
Goodall & Co

"Better than all large in-house IT departments I've dealt with."

Steve
Financial Controller
Skilled Joinery

"You are one of the good guys."

Steve
Director
OZRV Supplies

"Thanks for all your quick and efficient help."

Andrew
Director
Blend and Pack

"You guys are really good, thanks!"

Sam
Director
F1 Building Consultants

"You have a lot of knowledge."

Brad
Developer
Retailquip

Linux Now
Linux Now

Looking for Linux related products or services? Try our Linux division at:

www.linuxnow.com.au

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